James Madison women defeat No. 6 Virginia in final seconds

March 25, 2010|By Sports Digest

Kim Griffin scored the game-winner with 11 seconds left as the visiting James Madison (7-1) women earned a 10-9 upset win against No. 6 Virginia (6-3) on Wednesday. The Dukes went on a 3-0 run in the final 6:56.

More national women: Greta Meyer had five goals and visiting No. 11 Dartmouth (4-1) upset No. 7 Syracuse, 17-10. Christina Dove (Bel Air) had a hat trick for the Orange (4-3). ... Hannah Clark scored her second goal on a free position to give visiting Vanderbilt (6-3) its only lead as it earned a 10-9 victory over No. 8 Notre Dame (4-2). ... Katrina Dowd had four goals as top-ranked Northwestern (7-0) came away with a 17-10 win over host Ohio State (5-3), extending its unbeaten streak to 36 games.

State women: Gavin Grace scored five goals and Emily Gibson had four to power host Loyola (7-3) to an 18-7 win over Stony Brook (2-7). ... Lauren Terry had four goals in a losing effort as visiting College of Notre Dame (1-4, 0-1 Colonial States Athletic Conference) lost, 17-8, to Cabrini (3-4, 2-0). ... Angela Hughes had a hat trick but visiting Johns Hopkins (5-4) fell, 11-7, to No. 4 Pennsylvania (7-1).

State men: Mike Von Kamecke scored 36 seconds into the game and host Salisbury (9-0, 1-0 Capital Athletic Conference) rolled to a 24-5 victory over Wesley (1-6, 0-1). ... Blake Rust had a goal and an assist as visiting Hood (5-4, 0-1 CAC) fell, 15-3, to York (4-5, 1-0). ... Dennis Rosson (Severn) had four goals to lead host St. Mary's (4-3, 1-0 CAC) to a 10-4 win over Marymount (3-6, 0-1). ... Washington College (3-4, 1-2) got off three shots in the final 18 seconds but couldn't score as visiting Ursinus (7-0, 4-0 Centennial Conference) won, 9-8. Doug Herdegen had three goals and an assist for the Shoremen.

Honors: Maryland junior attackman Grant Catalino and Denver senior midfielder Ali Flury (Broadneck) were among those added to the Tewaaraton watch list for the award that goes to the nation's best men's player and women's player, respectively. ... James Madison redshirt freshman attack Casey Ancarrow (John Carroll) was named Colonial Athletic Association women's Rookie of the Week.

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